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Cameron Freer

Visiting Researcher

My research explores interactions of randomness and computation, and focuses on the foundations of probabilistic computing, efficient samplers and testing methods for probabilistic inference, and the mathematics of random structures.

I am currently a Research Scientist in the MIT Probabilistic Computing Project and a Project Associate Professor in the Keio University SFC Graduate School of Media and Governance. Previously at MIT I was an Instructor in Pure Mathematics 2008–2010, a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory 2011–2013, and a Postdoctoral Associate in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences 2013–2015. I was a Junior Researcher in the Mathematics Department of the University of Hawaii at Manoa 2010–2011, a Lyric Labs Visiting Fellow at Analog Devices 2013–2014, a Research Scientist at Gamalon Labs 2013–2016, and Chief Scientist at Remine 2017–2018.

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